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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 62



the centre of the coal trade on this coast, we experience the "barber," a wind which draws down the Grey Valley page 53 with such force, that it is delivered in a state more resembling the East winds of England, than any we have experienced before or since, hence it gets this name, the insinuation being that shaving is rendered unnecessary thereby. Passing along the Government line of railway to Brunnerton (the mining township or coalopolis), we proceed by the Midland Railway Company's line (which is to be continued through to Canterbury on the one hand and Nelson on the other) to